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STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT THE COVID-19 RESPONSE IN LMICs - Shared screen with speaker view
Luana Araujo
16:37
Luana Araujo, Brazil.
Chris Hillbruner
17:37
Chris Hillbruner, USAID/RFS
Sunil Kumar Dogga
17:57
Sunil, Cambridge, UK
Abu Abdullah Mohammad Hanif
18:03
Abu Hanif, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Hopkins CGH
18:03
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Hopkins CGH
18:14
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Christine Smith
18:18
Christine Smith, AAHC, Washington DC
Velarde Velarde
18:25
Angel Velarde, Guatemala
Collin Anderson
18:32
Hello, Collin Anderson, USAID Advancing Nutrition.
Dr Juliette Ango
19:39
Juliette Ango, Public Health Physician, UNTH, Nigeria
Nitya Kumar
22:07
Nitya Kumar, RCSI, Bahrain
Dr. Gregora Salazar
22:31
Good morning everyone, from Atlanta, GA
Sonya Panjwani
28:28
Sonya Panjwani, Research Associate at Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Rina Septi Andriani
33:57
Rina, Indonesia
Anima Sharma
47:42
Hi, Anima Sharma from INDIA
David Peters
49:40
Great presentation. How interested is the Gov’t of Bangladesh interested in working with you on the epidemic scenario planning. Early in the epidemic, the Gov’t of Bangladesh was very resistant to public discussions on COVID trends and specifically about modeling (including the release of an unpublished analysis that was to be co-authored by our faculty). More generally, what approach do you take to scenario planning when you have different levels of transparency and interest by governments?
Andrew Toro
54:57
Hello Everyone....brilliant presentation and informative discussions...Andrew Toro,Kenya
Luana Araujo
01:00:03
That was part of my question too, Peters. This has been an incredibly stressful situation, far from amusing.